You’re invited to comment on plans being made for upgrading the Underline — long known as the M-Path — segment between Metrorail’s Douglas Road and Dadeland South stations. Use the tix link below to reserve your seat. It’s free.
You’re invited to comment on plans being made for upgrading the Underline — long known as the M-Path — segment between Metrorail’s Brickell and Douglas Road stations. Use the tix link below to reserve your seat. It’s free.
Here’s a perfect bike-friendly event for a Saturday afternoon — an open house at Vizcaya Village with activities for all ages. We’ll be there with our popular bicycle valet to keep your wheels safe. Look for us under the bright green tent. Note that the Village is just a block away from the Commodore Trail on one side and the M-Path on the other.
This M-Path bicycle ride features ideas for further developing the popular bike commuter trail into a linear park serving many kinds of recreational interests. You’ll hear from Greenlink sparkplug Meg Daly, county parks planning chief Maria Nardi, and urban designers Eric Katz and Tony Garcia.
On your ride back to Vizcaya you’ll see the M-Path with new eyes. Or, if you’re tired or pressed for time, hop onto Metrorail for a speedy return to our starting point.
Hear UM architecture students’ ideas for improving the M-Path, already the premier bike trail in Greater Miami, by adding amenities and a variety of programming.
New visions for the M-Path, to make Miami’s premier bicycle trail a first-class linear park, will be exhibited June 13-July 11 at the new Miami Center for Architecture and Design. What you’ll see emerged from the work of architecture students at the University of Miami and inspired our new partner organization, Greenlink. After an opening June 13, the exhibit may be seen 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Tickets for the opening and a panel discussion June 20 are available here.